Acer 5738DG notebook holds aloft TriDef 3D display as prime attraction

October 21, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Acer will start shipping its new 5738DG notebook this week. One significant feature we see in the new notebook is that it comes with a TriDef 3D display instead of a multi-touch screen. Acer has officially announced the arrival of the notebook and is expected to attach a $780 price tag with the new 5738DG.


The TriDef 3D technology is sure to make you fall in love with the 5738DG, as it promises to bring to life images with 3-D perfection. Complete with the deployment of GeForce 3D Vision technology, which helps split a 120Hz signal into two 60Hz stereoscopic images, the new Acer notebook would seek to lure customers with the 3D aspect as its USP.

Powered by Intel Core 2 Duo T6600 CPU, and boasting of 4GB of system memory, the 5738DG notebook’s 3D display comes with 1366×768 specifications and measures 15.6 inches diagonally.

Acer has installed a 64-bit Windows 7 Home Premium operating system in the 5738DG notebook. Graphics are taken care of by Radeon HD 4570 components with 512MB of dedicated memory and 2304MB of HyperMemory, the company has said while unveiling the product. Features such as a 320GB HDD, 802.11b/g/n connectivity, and DVD player, plus the good looks are enough aspects that could make you think of picking up the Acer 5738DG notebook . As Acer hopes, the 5738DG might aid users to enjoy 3D entertainment on a notebook, which can also replicate a 3D experience from standard 2D content. That’s exactly what makes us too enthusiastic about the new notebook.

(via Electronista)

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